Number One in the World. Be a Part of History.
Here it is, the latest in a long history of world records set at Six Flags Magic Mountain: Full Throttle. The number one tallest and fastest looping roller coaster in the world. You are riding the best of the best and it can’t be topped.
You’ll be looping 160 feet in the sky—a feat no one else in the world has done until now. No one else has even dared to try it. And, it’s just not enough to do a loop of this magnitude once, so you’re taking it on twice.
Full Throttle has not just one but three separate launches. That means from a complete stop you’ll crank up to 70 miles hour like it was nothing. The second time you launch at this rapid speed it’ll be backwards. That’s right, you’ll come to a slamming stop inside a sci-fi tunnel, only to be bolted back out, in reverse! Looping just as high, just as fast, only backwards.
Halfway up the dive loop, the train changes its mind – let’s go forwards—and you switch directions mid-loop. Back into the tunnel you go, shooting toward the next act, when you’ll hit that mega-loop again as a “top hat” – riding on the outside of the world-record track—something that has never been done before.
Sailing on top of the world, you’ll experience incredible hangtime, not to mention the view of the century, before Full Throttle brings your world-record-holding body back down to earth.
Live life to the fullest and experience Full Throttle in the dark.
Full Throttle will blast you through a record-breaking 160-foot loop first on the inside of the track and then up and over the top of the track. Get ready for the tallest, fastest looping roller coaster in the world! Height requirement is 54″.
The friendly electrician at the local theme park enjoyed his job, and his favorite part was to make sure the lights turned on every evening, filling the night sky with happiness and joy to the wonderment of the park guests. One cold evening in September, he was out doing his rounds of turning on the lights on the coasters when he was surrounded by a squad on deadly creatures. He was attacked so brutally that the next morning, his team didn’t recognize him when they found his lifeless body near the warehouse. Every finger had been bitten off by blood thirsty zombies. And shockingly, every light bulb in his truck and warehouse been crushed, covered in his blood.
The park could never find a replacement electrician since no one dared try to turn the lights on again, for fear of retaliation.
Are you ready for Full Throttle fears?
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